6. Reactions of society
Shock, police, child 'protection' agencies take the children away
from home, prosecutor ... Anyway: control ... even by 'Big Brother
systems to watch classes - and toilets - of four-year olds.
8-Year-Old Charged For Sexual Conduct With Sitter;
kutv.com, Jul 28, 2005
A mother is upset after a 14-year-old
babysitter engaged in sexual conduct with her eight-year-old boy, and
the eight-year-old was charged with lewd conduct.
[... The mother] went to police and child protection workers, and the case
went to the district attorney, after which her son, age eight, had been
charged with an act of lewdness with a minor.
The next two cases concern parents who were incorrectly accused of
sexual abuse of their children. But the reaction of the overzealous
'social' workers, immediately remove the children from home, is typical
for all 'sex' cases.
How social workers took away our children for 11 months without a
shred of evidence; Sue Reid, dailymail.co.uk, 09/05/2008
[The parents] were permitted to visit their children only under strict
supervision, for just three hours a week. All letters which they sent to
Jodie and Luke were vetted by social workers - making them feel like
What's more, they were cruelly ordered not to say "I love
you" to either
boy or girl. Throughout this ordeal, the couple always protested their
innocence and were relieved beyond belief.
Orkney abuse scandal victim to sue for lost youth;
Tanya Thompson, news.scotsman.com, September 11, 2006
"We kept telling them that we had not been abused, but they
listen," she said. "The interview techniques used were
break us down." [...]
She remains deeply critical of the interview techniques used and
said she was under intense pressure from social workers to give them
the "evidence" they wanted.
She claims to have been subjected to hours of intense questioning
and was bribed with sweets to tell social workers what they wanted
And here comes Big Brother Is Watching You, like God or Allah
who sees you always, even on the toilet ...
Big Brother CCTV to spy on pupils aged four
- complete with CPS
evidence kit; Jason Lewis, Daily Mail, UK, December 29, 2008
Schools have installed CCTV cameras and microphones in classrooms to
watch and listen to pupils as young as four.
Classwatch, the firm behind the system, says its devices can be set
to record everything that goes on in a classroom 24 hours a day and used
to compile "evidence" of wrongdoing.
The equipment is sold with Crown Prosecution Service-approved
bags to store material to be used in court cases.
The War On Toddlerism
Treating children as young as four as sexual deviants, criminals and
subversives emphasizes slip towards the police state
Steve Watson, Infowars.net, December 21, 2006
Nothing emphasizes the decline of America into an authoritarian
police state more than the treatment of children as possible
enemies, deviants or criminals. A few cases, involving very young
children, have caught our attention this month that indicate in the
current climate any sniff of power is corrupting absolutely those
who believe they have it.
The AP reported today that a five year old boy has been accused of
sexually harassing a kindergarten classmate:
Washington County school officials told Charles Vallance that
his son pinched a girl's buttocks earlier this month in a hallway at
Lincolnshire Elementary School. The school says that meets the
state's definition of sexual harassment.
The father of the child insists that his son knows nothing about sex
and was just playing. Nevertheless the "offence" will remain
This is not an isolated case. [...]
Beyond schools, baby milk is being taken from mothers at airports
and babies are being put through x-ray machines because they could
be terrorists. [...]
When it has got to the point where children are
looked upon as possible sex criminal terrorists what hope do fully
grown citizens have of not being treated in the same manner?